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Is there a way to deserialize an object from an XmlNode object?
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Hi,

Stream stream = new MemoryStream();
new XmlSerializer( typeof(MyObject) ).Serialize( stream, myObject );
stream.Seek( 0, SeekOrigin.Begin );
XmlDocument doc = new XmlDocument();
doc.Load( stream );
return doc.DocumentElement;

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